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"Been working over the past year and a half just writing and recording new music. It's nice to do something different and be able to sing these songs that I've been writing and working on so hard" says Linsey.
Linsey is a little over half way through with writing and picking songs for her first ever solo project.
"I've been through a lot in last year and a half. To be able to write about it all makes me feel good.The songs are very honest and real" she says.
It's a scary venture, but something she feels passionate about doing.
"Both of us are really doing the solo thing. Just seems to be the right time for us to do separate things" she says.
False rumors started circulating about a year ago that the duo was splitting. Solo projects certainly will only add fuel to that fire, but Lindsey says they are still a duo and have shows booked until the end of the year. While she won't say that this is the beginning of the end for steel magnolia, she does say flying solo feels right.
"Would you say this is you focus" asks Entertainment Reporter Stacy McCloud. "Yes, it's becoming that way" says Linsey. "This is more where my heart is right now. There comes in a time when there are other things you want to do"
Meghan's free showcase is February 20th at 6pm. Doors open at 5:30.
Tuesday, February 19 2013, 10:32 PM CST
Man charged with faking marriage to visit inmate
May 22, 2013 13:32 GMT
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (AP) -- Washington County authorities say a man faked a marriage certificate so he could visit a woman held in the Johnson City Detention Facility.
The Johnson City Press (http://bit.ly/14QBr9L ) reports investigators discovered the ruse after the May 14 visit by 32-year-old Robert S. Hicks of Elizabethton. Hicks was arrested Tuesday on a charge of criminal simulation. He was jailed at the Washington County Detention Center in lieu of $10,000 bond, pending a court appearance Wednesday.
Information from: Johnson City Press, http://www.johnsoncitypress.com
Asia stocks rise as Fed official backs easy policy
BANGKOK (AP) -- Asian stock markets were mostly higher today after investor confidence was boosted by a Federal Reserve official's comments that the U.S. central bank should stick with its super-easy monetary policy.
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Dow Record: Three tales of ups, downs and changes
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NEW YORK (AP) -- When the Dow first crossed 14,000, investors were overjoyed. ...
IN THE NEWS: TEENS MOVING TO TWITTER TO DODGE PARENTS, OTHER BORES
WASHINGTON (AP) -- If you're one of those parents who are on Facebook in part to keep an eye on what your kids are up to -- here's a news flash: your kids are on to you and have moved to Twitter.
DOG BEACH WEAR
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- From bikinis to Hawaiian shirts -- it's time to gear up for the beach.